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Cannot repair block ... because one or more files are modified or missing.

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  1. yitzi
    Member

    Hey all, been using disParity for over a year now. Fantastic.

    I've pasted some errors I'm receiving below. Not sure what it means. There are hundreds of more lines, but I figured this will suffice. Thanks for the help in advance!

    Block 4940133 does not match
    Block 4940133 contains data from the following file or files (each file will only be reported once per verify pass):
    D:\MovieFolder1\Captain Phillips (2013)\Captain Phillips (2013).mkv
    E:\MovieFolder2\The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)\The Royal Tenenbaums (2001).mkv
    F:\TV Shows\Arrested Development\Season 03\Arrested Development.S03E09.S.O.B.s.mkv
    H:\Programs\Windows Programs\theRenamer_Setup.exe (MODIFIED)
    Cannot repair block + 4940133 because one or more files are modified or missing.
    Block 4940134 does not match
    Cannot repair block + 4940134 because one or more files are modified or missing.
    Block 4940135 does not match
    Cannot repair block + 4940135 because one or more files are modified or missing.
    Block 4940136 does not match
    Cannot repair block + 4940136 because one or more files are modified or missing.
    Block 4940137 does not match
    Cannot repair block + 4940137 because one or more files are modified or missing.
    Block 4940138 does not match
    Cannot repair block + 4940138 because one or more files are modified or missing.
    Block 4940139 does not match
    Cannot repair block + 4940139 because one or more files are modified or missing.

    Posted 1 year ago #
  2. Roland
    Roland

    It looks like the file theRenamer_setup.exe has been modified since the last update (according to its Modified timestamp as reported by Windows.) Are you running a Verify? You should run an Update first to make sure all files are up to date before running a verify.

    Also, no files can change while a verify is running or you will get errors like this. It can only be done on a completely static data set.

    Posted 1 year ago #
  3. yitzi
    Member

    Thanks Roland. I believe I figured out the issue. As you said, while the verify was running, data had automatically been moved to one of the data drives.

    Thanks for the help!

    Posted 1 year ago #

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